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Does TrueP short for "True Position"? as in the CNC True Position manufacturing in LA area?

Regardless, Incredible stuff, Long way since I started working CNCs out of high school back 1982

Wayne

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Yup Wayne...that's me. I'm the owner. I wonder how you heard of me? I'm pretty much programming all day long, every day, machines like this. I really miss having an actual machine...all this stuff I buy for my bike, I would have been able to make.

I believe they made that helmet to prove what the machine was capable of. I sure like it.

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Yup Wayne...that's me. I'm the owner. I wonder how you heard of me? I'm pretty much programming all day long, every day, machines like this. I really miss having an actual machine...all this stuff I buy for my bike, I would have been able to make.

I believe they made that helmet to prove what the machine was capable of. I sure like it.

Im a shop owner also, I Was in Canoga Park for quite a few years until

moving to the Dez in 05 , Shops and names are well known. I still have

most of my CNC stuff.

Web Address, http://nosala.com/ if you want to throw any work this way

Not even sure how many axis that machine has in the video, but impressive:thumbsup:

Not too many people I run into out here who know how to communicate

via "G" and "M" code:smirk:

Wayne

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Hey Wayne.....you ever thought about making some "bolt through" type lower bar mounts for the XR650?? :ride: I know a guy that needs some new ones, built a little stronger.

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Pretty neat.

Almost twice as heavy as a normal helmet and $2300+

Don't think they'll sell many.

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Pretty neat.

Almost twice as heavy as a normal helmet and $2300+

Don't think they'll sell many.

2300 ??? Thats funny!!

A one off piece like that would cost you $25,000+ no doubt about it. thats a $2300 piece of metal before you even get started with programmer fees....ect.

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Im a shop owner also, I Was in Canoga Park for quite a few years until

moving to the Dez in 05 , Shops and names are well known. I still have

most of my CNC stuff.

Web Address, http://nosala.com/ if you want to throw any work this way

Not even sure how many axis that machine has in the video, but impressive:thumbsup:

Not too many people I run into out here who know how to communicate

via "G" and "M" code:smirk:

Wayne

my buddy at work always does "G" jobs for me. it is nice to know some one when you are in a crunch, that's for sure! :ride:

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Piece of cake, I make Billet aluminum helmets every day.....they fly

off the shelves faster than I can machine them:smirk:

If you machine antennas onto them, you can sell them to our State Legislators.

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I can't read most of the details about that particular helmet, as I only speak English, but I gather it's "schnell "rated?

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We have 2 DMG machines very similar to this on the way. I can't wait to get my hands on these beauties. We will be programming with UG NX6.

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